Contribution from Multiple Fault Ruptures to Tsunami Generation During the 2016 Kaikoura Earthquake View Full Text


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2018-08

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Aditya Riadi Gusman, Kenji Satake, Endra Gunawan, Ian Hamling, William Power

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The 2016 Kaikoura, New Zealand, earthquake was one of the most complex ruptures ever recorded. The epicentre was located well inland, but the rupture area extended offshore and generated a modest tsunami which was recorded by tide gauges. Here, we present a detailed estimate of seafloor vertical displacement during the earthquake sequence by a joint inversion of tsunami waveforms and vertical displacement data observed at GPS stations and obtained by field surveys. The combined dataset provides a solution with good resolution, capable of resolving test sources of 20 km of characteristic diameter throughout the study area. We found two seafloor uplift regions which are located very close to the coast, one is located offshore of the Kaikoura peninsula and the other larger uplift region is located near the Kekerengu and Needles faults. To estimate crustal deformation with a complete spatial coverage of the event, the estimated seafloor vertical displacement was combined with the inland vertical displacement from InSAR and GPS datasets. This vertical displacement is then inverted for the fault slip distributions of the Needles, Jordan–Kekerengu, Papatea, Hundalee, Hump faults, and a newly identified fault beneath Kaikoura. We also found that the Needles fault is probably an offshore extension of the Kekerengu fault. The seismic moment calculated from the fault slip distributions by assuming a rigidity of 2.7 × 1010 N/m2, is 5.19 × 1020 Nm or equivalent to Mw 7.8. This total seismic moment estimate is consistent with that of the Global Centroid Moment Tensor solution. The tsunami potential energy calculated from the seafloor vertical displacement is 9.40 × 1012 J, of which about 70% is attributed to movement on the faults known to have ruptured, suggesting a secondary source for tsunami generation. More... »

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2557-2574

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Pure and Applied Geophysics

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8

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175

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